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SOS492 - A5 - SOS-492 Research Methods in the Social...

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SOS-492 Research Methods in the Social Sciences Research methods in the social sciences. 2005. Custom Edition for Thomas Edison State College. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing. ISBN-10: 0-536-94154-8. Written Assignment 5 Select one (1) article from among the seven published articles listed at the bottom of this page. (All articles can be accessed in PDF format from VALE, using the EBSCO Academic Search Premier database.) Analyze the article, and write a 2-4 page critical report (typed, double- spaced) in which you discuss what you think about the research presented. Be sure to include in your discussion answers to the following questions: How applicable is the research? How generalized is the research? Are the conclusions warranted?
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Research Methods in Social Studies Written Assignment 5 Prepared by CHILD HEALTH CARE CLINITIANS’ USE OF MEDICATIONS TO HELP PARENTS QUIT SMOKING Critical Report Assignment Distributed Prepared for Professor Thomas Edison State College CHILD HEALTH CARE CLINITIANS’ USE OF MEDICATIONS TO HELP PARENTS
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QUIT SMOKING Critical Report “>5000 children die as a result of tobacco exposure, which represents 3 times the number of deaths caused by all childhood cancers combined.1,2 In addition, smoking- related materials are the leading cause of fire-related deaths, accounting for ~250 child deaths each year.” 1 The objective of this national survey was to determine whether a child health care clinician or pediatrician would be accepted in asking the parents their smoking preferences and offering aid via a smoking cessation medication either thru prescription or supporting information and materials.
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